A Lancashire police spokeswoman confirmed that they had received a call about the attack at 8.10am yesterday. She added: “We had a report of a cat being attacked and information has been passed to the neighbourhood policing team. We have advised that it possibly isn’t a police matter.
“It can be difficult to prove that the animals being dangerous and out of control were encouraged by their owner.”Really, love? It’s not a concern of the police that there’s a man happy to do that in public and then abuse witnesses..? And is so unconcerned he changes clothes and comes back afterward to watch..?
We’ll just have to hope he posts a nasty Facebook message, eh, or expresses his disapproval of our glorious multicultural paradise in too forthright terms on public transport…
The attack was also witnessed by a number of workmen at a nearby building site.I bet if they’d picked up their tools and set about him, you’d have turned up pretty sharpish then… to arrest them!
And I really, hope hope that you are on the toothy end of one of his mutts should you ever have to make a house entry.
Even though I suspect you’re just an office worker with a uniform.